Kesha Disses Diddy During Coachella Performance With Reneé Rapp

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During the afternoon show at Coachella on Sunday, April 14, 2024, Kesha made a guest appearance that certainly captured attention. Joining Renée Rapp midway through her set, Kesha performed a modified version of her 2010 hit song “TikTok.”

In her performance, Kesha altered the song's traditional opening line to a more provocative version. She made a symbolic gesture alongside Rapp, diverging from the lyric version referencing P. Diddy.

Of course, the original lyrics to the song are, “Wake up in the morning feeling like P. Diddy,” with the mogul himself contributing a quick vocal saying, “Hey, what’s up girl?” Back in November, during a Los Angeles performance on her Only Love tour, she removed Diddy’s name from the song entirely, stating, “Wake up in the morning feeling just like me.” That show, at the Hollywood Palladium, came just one day after singer Cassie Ventura settled a lawsuit against Combs claiming that she endured over a decade’s worth of physical and sexual abuse.

Lately, Combs has found himself entangled in multiple legal actions alleging serious misconduct. In recent developments, properties belonging to Combs in Miami and Los Angeles were subjects of Homeland Security investigations, although specific details regarding the focal point of the inquiries or the nature of the allegations remain undisclosed. Federal officials have reportedly conducted interviews with several individuals concerning claims linked to Combs.


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